wildlife Subscribe to Feed

Weekly News Roundup: President Obama Speaks for Wildlife and more

2/27/2015 // By Linda Argueta

Who loves President Obama? The National Wildlife Federation loves President Obama! On Tuesday, February 24th, our beloved President took an enormous step forward in protecting our wildlife from climate disrupting tar sands oil by vetoing a bill that would have […] Read more >

Five Tips for Nesting Box Success

2/26/2015 // By Darcy McKinley Lester

As winter wanes and our thoughts turn to springtime, it’s time to think about nesting boxes for birds.  Many cavity nesting birds scout out and select nest sites starting in late February through May, so now is the time to begin making preparations. While […] Read more >

Bald Eagle

Support Clean Water for Maryland’s Wildlife

2/24/2015 // By Hilary Harp Falk

Whether you are interested in Maryland’s wildlife because you love the sight of a bald eagle against the winter sky or because picking blue crabs is the best way to spend a summer afternoon, you know that clean water is […] Read more >

Weekly News Roundup: Welcoming Browns Canyon as a National Monument!

2/20/2015 // By Linda Argueta

This week, President Obama took action on behalf of wildlife and declared Browns Canyon our newest national monument! This action now offers protection to over 21,000 acres of land, protecting the homes of countless wildlife like bobcats, bighorn sheep, mule […] Read more >

Weekly News Roundup: Giving your Heart to Animals this Valentine’s Day!

2/13/2015 // By Linda Argueta

For those of you who don’t already have a Valentine – and even those of you who do – try doing something a little different this year and give your heart to one of these amazing wild animals! One of […] Read more >

Monarch being released after emerging. Photo by Avelino Maestas.

High Stakes in Declining Monarch Butterfly Populations

2/12/2015 // By Tiffany Woods

As a child, I loved to spend my time chasing the majestic monarch butterflies as they danced around the woods and garden on my parents’ small farm in rural Georgia. Now when I spot the distinctive wings that flutter so swiftly […] Read more >

highway hearts

Lonely Cougars in Los Angeles Need Safe Passage to Love

2/12/2015 // By Beth Pratt-Bergstrom

Los Angeles’s loneliest bachelor, P-22, can use all the help he can get to find love this Valentine’s Day! The plight of P-22 has been featured around the world, from the front page of the Wall Street Journal to the […] Read more >

Jaguar Mother and Cub. Photo: Jim Bauer/ Flickr  Creative Commons

Forest 500: Powerbrokers With The Greatest Potential To Reduce Deforestation

2/11/2015 // By Simon Hall

Global Canopy Programme (GCP), with support from NWF, recently released the Forest 500, a ranking of the 500 most powerful organizations and people with the greatest potential to reduce deforestation.  This project is an integral part of the global effort […] Read more >

Weekly News Roundup: Happy 79th Birthday to the National Wildlife Federation!

2/6/2015 // By Linda Argueta

It all started in 1936 when our founder, Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling, had a vision of a federation promoting conservation interests, encouraging social diversity and demanding action from Congress. Many years later, the National Wildlife Federation has blossomed into America’s […] Read more >

Weekly News Roundup: A Win for California Mountain Lions!

1/30/2015 // By Linda Argueta

The #SaveLACougars campaign has experienced a great victory that NWF is particularly excited about! Yesterday, the State of California Coastal Conservancy voted to grant $1 million to help fund the assessment and design of the wildlife crossing for mountain lions […] Read more >